In Fatima the Difference is Quality (Sep, 1951)
That’s a pretty specific claim. Not the best cigarette, just the best long cigarette.
In Fatima the Difference is Quality
“I smoked FATIMAS when I was a Midshipman. I still do… because they have a better flavor and aroma. FATIMA is easily the best of all long cigarettes.”
VICE ADMIRAL Leland Lovette
U. S. N. (RET.)
FATIMA Best of All Long Cigarettes
Smoke a Fresh cigarette (Jul, 1931)
If you haven’t smoked a Camel recently, switch over for just one day, then quit them — if you can.
That’s a bit ominous.
Smoke a Fresh cigarette
Millions of men and women are now discovering a brand new enjoyment since Camels adopted the new Humidor Pack.
The mildness and the flavor of fine tobacco vanish when scorching or evaporation steals the natural moisture out of a cigarette.
Farewell to the ugly cigarette. (Jun, 1971)
Apparently these are still around.
Farewell to the ugly cigarette.
Smoke pretty. eve.
Hello to Eve. The first truly feminine cigarette-its almost as pretty as you are. With pretty filter tip. Pretty pack. Rich, yet gentle flavor, women have been feminine since Eve. Now cigarettes are feminine. Since Eve.
Also with menthol.
GIVING HER THE GUN! (Nov, 1937)
Incidentally, this was the original title of Paula Broadwell’s Petraeus biography.
GIVING HER THE GUN!
IN 1929, Mulford Scull became National Amateur Champion. This year he made a clean sweep of the Class “A” Outboard events at the Miami Regatta. The trophies he’s won in his years of racing fill a room.
Jolts, vibration, nervous tension — are all part of what an outboard driver undergoes.
MOGUL EGYPTIAN CIGARETTES (Sep, 1915)
It’s a very pretty ad, but I’m not really getting the “Just like being in Cairo” vibe… Maybe they’re not talking about the one in Egypt. Perhaps it’s ones of these.
MOGUL EGYPTIAN CIGARETTES
“JUST LIKE BEING IN CAIRO”
Cork Tip or Plain End 15c
S. Anargyros – A Corporation
Makers of the Highest Grade Turkish and Egyptian Cigarettes in the World
IT TAKES HEALTHY NERVES TO DIVE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA! (Nov, 1933)
Received the Medal of Honor in 1928 for action in 1915
Received the Navy Cross for actions in 1928
IT TAKES HEALTHY NERVES TO DIVE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA!
Steady Smokers turn to Camels
Frank Crilley says, “Deep down under 300 feet of water, working feverishly under terrific pressure — no place for a nervous man! That’s why a diver’s nerves must always be in perfect condition. And that’s why I smoke Camels and have smoked them for years. They are a milder cigarette and they taste better. But more important than that to me—they never upset my nervous system”